Yuccas in Bloom, July’s Plant of the Month

The yuccas are in bloom this month in Vancouver.

Watercolour painting in my sketchbook of a yucca that has grown tall enough to turn itself into a tree. This was inspired by a yucca ‘tree’ growing besides Las Margaritas in Vancouver. Watercolour painting in my sketchbook of a yucca that has grown tall enough to turn itself into a tree. Snapseed photo app. Yucca with flowers in the photo app SnapseedMy drawing of a Yucca. pencil sketch of a Yucca bloomYuccas typically bloom every year with bell-shaped blossoms. clusters of white flowers on a Yucca plantA Yucca blossom, known in Chinese as ‘Dragon Tongue Orchid Flower’, written in Chinese characters on the bottom right. The top right is my name ‘Elizabeth’ in Chinese characters. The image was run through the photo app Waterlogue and then sandwiched together with the actual photo to create more detail. I detailed the process I used in a post about turning photos of blossoms into works of artYucca Blossom Painted in WaterlogueA series of yucca blooms run through the photo app Stackables.

The filter Enchantment.Yuccas typically bloom every year with bell-shaped blossoms, run through the photo app StackablesThe filter Winter Sunset.Yuccas typically bloom every year with bell-shaped blossoms, run through the photo app StackablesThe filter Asylum.Yuccas typically bloom every year with bell-shaped blossoms, run through the photo app StackablesPainting/collage of a yucca. This one is still in progress. yucca fix triangleVery loose pencil sketch of a Yucca in bloom. Very loose pencil sketch of a Yucca in bloom

 

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